Bruce Damer interviewed on the current state of "Avatars" in 1996 by Allan Lundell at a Santa Cruz Beach House Party on 29th of December 1996. Bruce describes the state of virtual worlds, including AlphaWorld, and Onlive Traveler and their prospects for 1997. This interview was just two months after Bruce hosted the first conference on avatars/virtual worlds on the internet, Earth to Avatars. Topics: virtual worlds, california culture
Good port of the game and if you ignore the fact that the gfx are 8bit, the game is better than the Mega Drive port as it just seems like a more complete experience. Like all these sorts of games though, the controls are absolutely awful and require pixel perfect timing to pull of the wanted moves. The game is probably also best enjoyed with multiple players to compete with. I have recorded with the games FM sound, but it sounds a crap if im honest so I may record another run with classic... Topics: California Games, Sega, Game, Console, master system, longplay, complete
Not as good to play as the Master System version I feel. Again, best enjoyed with someone to compete against I think. As usual, the controls suck which makes getting the moves you want out overly difficult and accurate timing requirements dont help and leads to more frustration than fun. Topics: California Games, Mega drive, genesis, sega, game, console, complete, longplay
"A USC Center for Scholarly Technology and Technology Enhanced Learning project uses the virtual world of Second Life to immerse students inside the story they are covering - what would happen if campus could not be accessed to due a natural disaster? Could continuity of teaching be guaranteed? What are the advantages of digital tools for teaching, what works, what doesn't. Draxtor Despres spent time with a class of international journalism students to find out." --... favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Second Life, Linden Lab, De La Pena, Nonny, Castaneda, Laura, Chapman, Wendy, University of...